Stephanie Smith

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Stephanie Smith
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Stephanie Smith at Winter Wonder Slam 2009
Background information
GenresContemporary Christian music, pop rock, Christian rock
OccupationsSinger/Songwriter
InstrumentsVocals, Guitars, Keyboards
Years active2005–present[1]
LabelsGotee Records
Websitewww.stephanieisagirl.com
 
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Stephanie Smith
Stephsmithsuperstar09.JPG
Stephanie Smith at Winter Wonder Slam 2009
Background information
GenresContemporary Christian music, pop rock, Christian rock
OccupationsSinger/Songwriter
InstrumentsVocals, Guitars, Keyboards
Years active2005–present[1]
LabelsGotee Records
Websitewww.stephanieisagirl.com

Stephanie Smith is an American contemporary Christian music singer/songwriter. She is signed to Gotee Records.[2] Her first studio album, Not Afraid, was released on May 27, 2008 digitally and in stores on December 23, 2008. She received national attention on the Winter Wonder Slam tour with TobyMac.

Biography[edit]

Stephanie Smith graduated from Greenville College in Illinois in 2006. It was at Greenville College that she first met Gotee Records manager TobyMac, while performing at the annual AgapeFest. Toby then signed her to the record label. She has written a book with Suzy Weibel titled Crossroads: The Teenage Girl's Guide to Emotional Wounds, which was released on June 1, 2008.[3] She is featured on the House of Heroes song "God Save Us the Foolish Kings" which was released in 2011.[4]

Discography[edit]

Albums
Singles

Compilation appearances[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Stephanie Smith biography; Jesus Freak Hideout; Retrieved February 10, 2008
  2. ^ Kevan Breitinger, (2007-11-11). "Stephanie Smith Partners with Soles4Souls". Christian Music Central. Retrieved 2008-02-10. 
  3. ^ Crossroads - Stephanie Smith; Zondervan; Retrieved March 28, 2008
  4. ^ "God Save The Foolish Kings ft. Stephanie Smith". New Release Tuesday. Retrieved 23 November 2011. 
  5. ^ "Music News: July 2007". Jesus Freak Hideout. Retrieved 2008-02-10. 
  6. ^ R&R magazine chart as reported at Weekend 22, Retrieved on 2007-02-18

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